Marco’s Pizza announced the signing of a multi-unit agreement that will bring six new stores to Lubbock by the end of 2023. Multi-unit expansion with existing franchisees continues to play a key role in the overall growth strategy de Marco – moving closer to its goal of becoming the No.Read More →

Most pizza lovers agree: what sets pizzeria pizza apart from homemade pizza is that glorious crispy, cracked crust. This is because commercial pizza ovens cook at temperatures between 700 and 800 degrees. Yeah, well, that’s not the case in most home kitchens. But we can achieve a similar effect usingRead More →

Maggi Brown I should have known right away that this was going to be special. Although we are pasta lovers, we had never been to Belotti – a previous attempt had been bungled by a visit from the granddaughter – but I finally managed to get a reservation for theRead More →

Hello. Greek pasta is one of the stars of the roman pasta canon, a simple preparation made with guanciale, pecorino romano and black pepper. But if you don’t have a guanciale (and you don’t have a few days to prepare yours), you could do salami alla gricia pasta (above) instead.Read More →

The products and services mentioned below have been selected independently of sales and advertising. However, Simplemost may receive a small commission from the purchase of any product or service through an affiliate link to the retailer’s website. Whether you order in or make your own, pizza night is always aRead More →

DAVIS, CA. – Arcadia Biosciences has shipped the first orders of GoodWheat pasta to retail customers, and an online launch of the product on Amazon is on track for early June, said Stanley E. Jacot, president and chief executive officer. The Davis-based company could expand the GoodWheat brand to otherRead More →

Tomatoes may get more attention, but throughout Italy lemon is also often found in pasta. Along the Amalfi Coast, ring-shaped calamarata pasta comes with clams, parsley, garlic and fried strips of a sweet local lemon. In Sicily, shortcrust pastry is sprinkled with roasted pistachios, Parmesan cheese and lemon juice andRead More →

DAVIS, CA. – Arcadia Biosciences has shipped the first orders of GoodWheat pasta to retail customers, and an online launch of the product on Amazon is on track for early June, said Stanley E. Jacot, president and chief executive officer. The Davis-based company could expand the GoodWheat brand to otherRead More →

Nick Risidi, of Amici Ristorante in East Parade, Keighley, revisits his Italian roots for another taste of the Mediterranean The origin of Italian cuisine is fascinating. The origins of the dishes we know and love today are said to date back to Roman times. The Roman Empire was vast, stretchingRead More →

When I was first looking to invest in a personal pizza oven, I thought I’d probably end up with something clunky – a device that would mostly live in the storage unit, to be pulled out every now and then for use. occasional. After testing the Stoke pizza oven –Read More →

Graffiti Pasta in Denton Square has some big shoes to fill. For 24 years, the former tenant, J&J’s Pizza, was a reliable place to grab a slice of pizza, and the basement below, Ol’ Dirty Basement, was a DIY gig den that became a legendary spot of local music. LastRead More →

WHAT: Councilor Ann-Frances Lambert, Richmond City Council, Richmond Northside 3rd Electoral District will hold a meeting for residents of the Richmond Northside 3rd Electoral District. The planned meeting agenda and special guests include: AGENDA/SPECIAL GUESTS Richmond Gun Violence Prevention Plan – Levar M. Stoney, Mayor of Richmond – Collar. GeraldRead More →

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A big lifestyle adjustment that is definitely worth it! Art history lessons at the Musei Capitolini, visits to popular gelato spots, weekends in Florence, and writing homework on food and travel: here’s a little bit of what I’m expecting as part of the UW Rome in Residence study abroad program.Read More →

Placeholder while loading article actions If you’ve ever put a sauce and pasta together and thought the combination wasn’t quite right, there might be a reason: not all pasta is ideal for all dishes. There are over 300 pasta shapes, so you’ll be forgiven for the occasional misstep. “I getRead More →

Limestone source for Itinerary 7Crimson Mountains Camp for Hot Pizza CampAT miles: 24Total mileage: 1533.3Altitude change: Gain of 5121 feet, loss of 5384 feet As far as track days go, today was busier than most. Not only did I cross another state line, but I also eventually caught up withRead More →

Yoko Isassi, chef of the Japanese cooking class food history in Los Angeles, explained to HuffPost that noodles were historically made by women, and that the stiff dough of udon was extremely laborious to knead by hand in large batches. Kneading with the feet puts the whole body weight onRead More →

(Cassie Blount) Here, Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer and barbecue season! And I think no matter where you live, we can all agree that the go-to barbecue side dish is pasta salad. Am I right? Not only these pasta salad recipes versatile, they are quite easyRead More →

The chef and baker of Oysterhead Pizza Co. has taken over the popular wood-fired restaurant in downtown Damariscotta. After a month-long closure for an ownership transition, chef Nick Krunkkala and baker Caroline Zeller reopened Oysterhead on April 28, adding breakfast and lunch sandwiches to the menu. The restaurant will nowRead More →

SPECIAL EVENT – Involved in the Philoptochos Society of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church’s “Pasta and Prayers” effort to benefit the Ukrainian War Relief Fund which raised over $5,000 were, front row, from left, Nick Tranto, Pearl Tranto, Violeta Turianyn, Natalia Turianyn, Vasyl Turianyn, Mika Turianyn, John Greco, Sue Greco,Read More →

IT was a huge success for a popular town center restaurant’s charity night, which raised thousands of pounds to help Ukrainians. Alex’s Pasta Bar, located in Carlisle’s Green Market, opened its restaurant on April 28 – every penny of the proceeds will help, not just the profit. Romanian-born owner AlexRead More →